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's nothing compared to what it will be if nobody wins tonight. >>> o.j. simpson, his attorney appears in court but not to defend o.j., but wait until you hear what he said about the disgraced superstar. >>> good morning. it's saturday, may 18th. i am victor blackwell. >> i am poppy harlow. and looking for a reason for the commuter train jumped the tracks and the new york times reports that the police are investigating it as though it were a crime scene. >> all of a sudden, we just hear, boom, and then we saw, like, smoke everywhere. i just focused in on my two kids and just hugging them and embracing them. >> i almost flew over the seat, and i held on and i'm okay, and others are hurt, though. >> we went to the front and kicked out windows and we got off the train. >> it will take us a while to determine the cause so it will take quite sometime. >>> this morning, ntsb investigators expected to be on site in just a few hours. as of this hour we know 24 people are stillhospitalized. it happened near bridgeport, connecticut, on friday. it could be shut down for weeks. we will have more o
to figure out what happened. we'll go live to the scene in a moment. o.j. simpson is back in court asking for a new trial. coming up, we'll take a look at what happened in the las vegas hotel room that led to his robbery and kidnapping conviction. >>> the two officer that is first responded to this house in cleveland are speaking. they relive the moments of liberation for two of the women held in captivity for more than nine years. we're getting firsthand look now inside the trains that crashed in connecticut last night. cnn just got these images right here. you can see debris and shattered class, just about everywhere and some of the seats just all broken up and mangled. the trains collided during rush hour last night at bridgeport, connecticut, and dozens of people were sent to the hospital and susan candiotti is live for us at the scene. anything more on why the train at least one of the trains would derail and then crash into the other? >> fred, we have been watching investigators hard at work all afternoon getting on and off the train and walking the tracks and taking measurements an
. versus his former lawyer, simpson former attorney in court friday not to defend o.j. wait until you hear what he said about the disgraced superstar. >> good morning. it is saturday, may 18th. i'm victor blackwell. >> and i'm poppy harlow. thank you for starting your saturday with us. >> it is 8:00 on the east coast. we'll start with the collision between two commuter trains in connecticut. people were tossed over seats. one man says immediately the lights went out in his car as the two trains slammed into each other. now it's time for investigators to get a closer look. cnn national correspondent susan candiotti joins me on the phone. we just had a conversation with the chairman of the national transportation safety board. she said there was one representative who left d.c. last night, more are on their way there now. what can you add for us, susan? >> reporter: of course the key question as i'm sure she indicated, how did it happen? you have the two commuter trains carrying about 250 people in all, one heading to new york city, one the opposite direction. the northbound train derails pl
on the docket this week, legal cases of reese witherspoon and o.j. simpson. we start with witherspoon. the actress' case is back in an atlanta court after being caught on tape mouthing off to police. remember this? >> do you know my name, sir? >> don't need to know it. >> you don't need to know my name? >> not quite yet. >> okay, you're about to find out who i am. >> first of all, i'm not real worried about your, ma'am. >> oh, boy. joey jackson and defense attorney rachel self joining me now. it's embarrassing every time you see that tape. joey, let's begin with you. witherspoon has a status hearing on wednesday. a, what is that? >> a status hearing is just something to take heed of where we are in the case. will it move forward, will it resolve itself? but the case will resolve itself and apparently has. >> what do you mean? >> she was charged pretty much with disorderly conduct. it could have been worse for obstructing governmental administration. what does that mean? >> mouthing off to police. >> exactly. when an officer is doing their job, you don't impede what they're doing. i un
this week find out how her pre-trial intervention will work. >>> plus o.j. simpson is trying to get out of jail. his strategy blame his former lawyer. we will get the legal lowdown straight ahead, 2:00 eastern time. now, back to fareed zakaria "gps." >>> the jumbo jet that crashed in afghanistan recently was taking part in an extraordinary effort to pull out all allied supplies before the end of 2014. there are believed to be some 125,000 containers and 80,000 vehicles that need to be withdrawn in addition to about 100,000 troops. a logistical nightmare for sure. i thought all of this as i read about an earlier rush into afghanistan, almost 200 years ago. in 1839 the british invaded and brought with them 2,100 soldiers and 38,000 servants and 30,000 camels. 300 of which were solely for carrying wine. william dalrymple is the author of the great new book that tells this story "return of a king, the battle for afghanistan 1839 to '42." he joins me now. welcome. >> thank you. talk about retreat. what do you think retreat is going to look like based on history? >> well, the british retreat
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